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Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Natural Chicken & Sweet Potato Recipe Dry Dog Food
About this item
- Meat First Ingredient
- Grain Free
- No Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives
- U.S. farm-raised chicken is the #1 ingredient
- No grains, glutens or fillers
- No poultry by-product meal
- No artificial flavors, colors or artificial preservatives
- Natural food for dogs with added vitamins and chelated minerals
Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Chicken & Sweet Potato Recipe is made with simple, natural ingredients with added vitamins & chelated minerals. Real U.S. farm-raised chicken is always the number one ingredient, combined with sweet potatoes, peas & cranberries. And there are never any grains, glutens or fillers.
Weight: 6 pounds
Main Vegetable Ingredient: Sweet potatoes
Country of Origin: United States
Pet Caution Statement: No warning applicable
Intended Pet Type: Dog
Storage Instructions: Store in Dry Place
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bag
Type of Meat: Chicken
Main Ingredient: Meat
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Pet Lifestage: All Ages
Pet food and health features: Gluten free, grain free, No Artificial Fillers, No Artificial Flavors, No Artificial Colors, real meat, all natural
Pets subtype: Dog food
Country of origin 2: United States
Pet food type: Dry
Item Number (DPCI): 083-06-0331
Meat First Ingredient
A pet food product that has an on-pack statement indicating that meat, poultry, or seafood is the first ingredient in the product.
A pet food product that has an unqualified on-pack marketing "grain-free" claim.
A pet food product that has an unqualified on-pack marketing "natural" claim.
No Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives
A pet food product that has an unqualified on-pack marketing claim about the absence of all three types of ingredients in the product.
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Most recent reviews
Wonderful healthy recipe
5 out of 5 stars
Dodderbug — 6 months ago
I switched to Zero Grain by Rachel Ray because I was told that the grains could be the cause of my dogs skin irritation. I thought I had my dog on a healthy food but it was loaded with grain. I was scared that my dogs might not like the change and boy was I wrong. They love the food and my dogs skin...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
SPL9205 — 6 months ago
I volunteer with a Rescue organization and my fosters doggies often don't handle grain or other foods well, but, they like Nutrish. Also, good ingredients, easy to buy for adoptive families and it does not break the bank. Plus, like the size of the food... some other brands are larger and smaller ...see moreof the reviewer's review
Zero Grain Chicken & Sweet Potato
5 out of 5 stars
saintdeb — 6 months ago
I received a sample of this product my dog ate it right up so, I do know he loved it. He is a very finicky eater and had no problem finishing his bowl.see moreof the reviewer's review
Dogs Love it!
4 out of 5 stars
btigger23 — 6 months ago
switched from Natural Balance (price went up $10 a bag in a few months and I'm buying a large bag every 3 weeks) so i thought i'd try something new thats good for the dogs.see moreof the reviewer's review